Cyber Warfare – Decoding Threats for Nations and Businesses

Over the past two decades, businesses, governments and the general public have all witnessed an unprecedented growth of digitization and digital economy. From designing critical infrastructure to selling and buying of an ink pen worth a few dollars, all this can be done on a digital platform. The threat actors and their attack surfaces have evolved, expanded, and now replacing the traditional combat warfare with a new tack – The Cyber Warfare. This whitepaper answers some of the most frequently and inquisitively asked questions about the What, Where, When, and How of Cyber Warfare. We shed light on the fact that although there’s a country vs country angle to Cyber Warfare, the enterprises and businesses in these countries bear the brunt of their respective governments and decision makers. This tack of warfare can bring down governments as it not only affects the public infrastructure but also private businesses and enterprises.

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DeCYFIR Datasheet

From executive to management and security operations center, DeCYFIR is a cloud-based threat visibility and intelligence SaaS platform that empowers both business and technology leaders to drive growth and innovation while keeping data and assets safe from cybercriminals.  The cyber-intelligence platform is designed to defend your organization by uncovering your attack surfaces, building your digital risk profile, and using personalized cyber-intelligence to predict imminent attacks.

 

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DeTCT Datasheet

Digital risk has grown by leaps and bounds with the mass migration to digital formats. Cybersecurity leaders face the daunting challenge of identifying digital footprints which have been compromised. The speed at which an exposed digital risk is uncovered can determine the extent of the damage to brand, reputation, and finance. Contain and minimize the fallout with DeTCT by CYFIRMA.

 

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Tokyo Olympics Threat Landscape

This document profiles the cyber threat landscape of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics which was postponed to 2021. The report covers threat actors’ activities, attack vectors, geographical adversaries, potential targets, and impending threats.

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Challenges of the Digital Normal

Across industries, companies are downsizing operations and putting employees on furlough or issuing pink slips. Some countries have resumed manufacturing, though on a reduced scale. The airlines have just reopened bookings in some regions. All US states have reopened, and people are getting back to work. While we see green shoots and a glimmer of hope, business will never be the same again. Economists warn that it will take a decade to restore the world economy to pre-Covid levels. Read how businesses are transforming and the impact on cybersecurity.

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SEA and Japan Threat Landscape Report 2020/2021

The threat landscape in Southeast Asia and Japan is fast evolving due to the changing geopolitical dynamics, Covid-19 pandemic and the emergence of digital businesses. Find out the top attack methods, trends in malware, threats actors and their exploits, as well as predictions for the coming months.

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India Threat Landscape Report 2020/2021

The digitally savvy, and the youthful population lives the mobile-first, hyper-connected lifestyle that creates a big attack surface for cybercriminals. While digital adoption is breaking new grounds, the corresponding cyber maturity is low and not keeping pace with the technological strides. All these factors are prompting more nations – especially India’s geopolitical foes – to partake in the cyber game targeting India. The Big 3 – namely China, North Korea, and Russia, authoritarian regimes that are suspected of aiding state-sponsored cybercriminal activities – have shown interest in breaching India’s security perimeters. This report highlights the various cybersecurity insights drawn from this region.

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CYFIRMA’s 10 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2021

The post-pandemic world will see digital risk gaining momentum as cybercriminals sharpen their saw with new attack methods fueled by vulnerabilities presented in the digital normal. Cybercriminal activities could mirror Hollywood, deep fake technology will become the new weapon of choice, supply chain attacks will gain momentum, ‘multi-morphic’ malware will evade detection, cybercriminals would not only impersonate identities but the entire IT ecosystem. Read the details of our predictions here.

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